• Causes of Mass Failure in English Language in Some Schools
    ISSN 2039‐2117                       Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences                    Vol 3 (1) January 2012  Causes of rising failure of the students’ in the subject of English at Secondary Level Gulap Shahzada (Corresponding & Principal author) Institute of Education & Research...
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  • Eth125 Official Language Movement
    today’s education and politics Hispanic Americans face some obstacles in regard to their language. Some see bilingualism as a way to be more efficient and productive in an economy that operates globally, encountering many different races and ethnicities. Others may feel that English is the only...
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  • Research
    who are proficient in English language. Importance of Research This research is fundamental in terms of improving the quality of education. Several studies shows that students who has higher rate of math anxiety achieve lower grade as compared to the students who has lower rate of math anxiety...
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  • Biology
    gradually be replaced in every sphere of life including administration, education and mass media. However, the language has still continued to hold its spell over the people. Presently, in the age of globalization and information Indian Streams Research Journal • Volume 2 Issue 10 • Nov 2012...
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    the role of student‟s motivation, age and aptitude etc. The fields of second language acquisition and English language teaching must be given importance by the universities and higher education department. They should also promote research in these areas. References Al-Mutawa, N...
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  • Teaching Competency of English Language Teachers and Media Literacy
    COMMUNICATION AS AN IMPORTANT SOFT SKILL IN LANGUAGE TEACHING Mrs. N. Mahalakshmi D.T.Ed., M.A., M.Ed., NET., PGDACE. Research Scholar Department of Education Annamalai University ------------------------------------------------- prusothmaha@gmail.com Abstract...
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  • Do Somthing
    summary This research report represents the Condition of English Language Learning in Government Primary School. In-depth case studies we have identified some key factors. * Importance of English language learning in our country. * Respectively, how much we are preparing ourselves from the...
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  • Our Language and Cultural Differances
    to deal with problems associated with language and cultural differences. The purpose of this discussion is to analyze the impact of language, culture and community on education. The main focus of our analysis will be the importance of a common language in the classroom. We will begin our...
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    Approaches to Writing Instruction for Adolescent English Language Learners: A Discussion of Recent Research and Practice Literature in Relation to Nationwide Standards on Writing Author: The Education Alliance-Brown University; Fogelman, C., Harrington, M., Kenney, E., Pacheco, M., Panofsky, C., Santos, J...
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  • Social Being
    differentiating between teaching and teaching literature in the context of L1 and L2. • To acquaint the student with various areas of research in language education. Unit-I Language: Nature, Functions and Approaches 1. Language: Nature, Function and Types 2. Features of Human Languages 3. Languages as a...
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  • Language
    ‘multilingual education’ in 1999 to refer to the use of at least three languages in education: the mother tongue; a regional or national language and an international language. The importance of mother tongue instruction in the early years of schooling is emphasized in the findings of studies, research...
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  • English Life
    the elite class. Generally, English is used in official communication in the country. It is the language of research and advancement. It is the language of computer and Internet. English has come to be accepted as a foreign language in India. It deserves to be given a special position over any other...
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  • The Impact of English Language on Contemporary World: a Global Perspective
    as education is TRANS Asian Research Journals http://www.tarj.in 147 A Publication of TRANS Asian Research Journals AJMR Asian Journal of Multidimensional Research Vol.1 Issue 4, September 2012, ISSN 2278-4853 concerned, English language is being taught at various levels in most of the...
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  • International Education Programs Service
    administers four overseas programs that provide a variety of grants to individuals and institutions of higher education for projects in foreign languages and area studies. Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad This program provides grants to institutions of higher education to fund...
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  • Investigating the English Language Needs
    ) 1. Introduction Previous research in the field of engineering showed that English language is of paramount importance in the academic and professional lives of engineering students (Basturkman, 1998; Pendergrass et al., 2001; Pritchard & Nasr, 2004; Joesba & Ardeo, 2005; Sidek et al., 2006; Hui...
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  • SOU's Spanish Courses Effect On Students' Beliefs of Bilingualism
    heritage and those who did not. The data collected is shown in Figure 2 and compares the rankings of the two different heritages. Figure 2. Rankings of the importance of bilingualism among students of Spanish language heritage, and students of non-Spanish language heritage. Figure 2 shows that...
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  • The Importance of Mastering the English Language and Its Impact on Employability
    . Asian EFL–Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, Article 11. University of AucklandFaculty of Arts. Malhotra, Naresh K. (2004). Marketing Research (4th Ed.). Pearson Education, Inc., New Jersey, USA. McDonough, J. (1997). Research Methods for English Language Teaching. Retrieved 3rd April, 2006, from http...
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  • Early Childhood School
    to understand about 1000 words - most of the language they will use in ordinary conversation for the rest of their lives. Furthermore, research has shown that while every child is born with a natural curiosity, it can be suppressed dramatically during the second and third years of life. Researchers...
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  • English on Sale
    underestimated socially, psychologically and therefore educationally. A research conducted by ministry of education in Ethiopia distinguishes the importance of mother and cites, “However, classroom observation and assessment data demonstrate that English MOI does not necessarily result in better...
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  • Arts 4
    different forms of music and dance, diverse languages and cultures, exotic and enchanting paintings and architecture. In such a country one would imagine that arts will be given much importance in education. But it is not so. Academic knowledge takes precedence over artistic knowledge. Children should...
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